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Ok, big question!!!! Ok, big question!!!!

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Unread 12-22-2005, 08:51 AM
Ok, big question!!!!

Hi Ladies, I have got a question for you:
Since I was a child I have always been shaky. Runs in my family, my Dad, my Sis, we all shake, and you can see it in our hands mostly. But the week before my period starts, I can feel it in my back and neck as well. NOW, this week, I am pmsing, I am on med. for a bladder infection, which is giving me a yeast infection and I aslo have a cold!!!!!!!
But this week, my shaking is bad, it feels like I have Parkinson's!!!!!!
Do you think I should be concerned, or do you think it is just between the meds. and my pms??????
Anybody have any thoughts????
Thanks,
Barb
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Unread 12-22-2005, 09:02 AM
Ok, big question!!!!

I too have a tremor. Sounds like yours is worse because of the PMS and the cold. If you are not better in a few days you might want to go to the dr.

Mine is always worse during my period.
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Unread 12-22-2005, 09:10 AM
Ok, big question!!!!

Thanks Leslie!!! I think we are probably right, but that is what I figured, if it doesn't quit after the meds, I am going to call my doctor!!!
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Unread 12-22-2005, 09:26 AM
Ok, big question!!!!

Wow, I so surprised by this question!

I too have tremors, have had it most of my life and never thought to see if it gets worse during my "special" time of the month.

It's just always been there, sometimes worse than others, especially when I get exicited. Just before my LAP in Sept. the nurse asked me if I had parkinsons, I was so shaky signing papers. I said no, they were just tremors and it runs in the family. Then the questions started, which I can understand as they wanted to make SURE for their sake as well as mine. I told them that my father has it and he is 79 and it never developed into Parkinsons. That appeased them and everything went smoothly after that.

I guesss I will have one more chance (maybe two) to see for myself if my tremors are worse during my period. Then it is off to the castle!
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Unread 12-22-2005, 09:47 AM
Ok, big question!!!!

It is so nice to come to this site, and know you are not the only person in the world suffering from the same things!!!!!!!! When I look at things that go on in other parts of the world, I just thank the big "G" for what I have and keep trudging on!!!!!
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Unread 12-22-2005, 11:18 AM
Ok, big question!!!!

Cousins on my dads side, and my dad and some of his siblings have the same thing, the tremors that come and go. I've had very few bouts of it as a child, but more as an adult. They seem to get worse when I"'m becoming anemic, overtired or stressed. I can't write at all, and it scares the crap out of me, I actually got checked for stoke per docs orders. No signs of that or parkinsons. Very weird, another one of those things you probably would never talk about unless you were here.
Cold and flu meds can be brutal too, especially if you don't have an appetite.
Hope your feeling better soon.
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